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"Societies in flux : Media, democratization and political socialization"

Interactions : Studies in Communication & Culture

Volume 8, n° 2, 2017. Coord. : Nael Jebril, Jamie Matthews and Matthew Loveless.

Editorial

Societies in flux : Media, democratization and political socialization
Nael Jebril (Bournemouth University), Jamie Matthews (Bournemouth University) and Matthew Loveless (Center for Research and Social Progress, European University Institute ?)

Media, democratization and political socialization : An interview with Katrin Voltmer
Nael Jebril (Bournemouth University), Jamie Matthews (Bournemouth University) and Matthew Loveless (Center for Research and Social Progress, European University Institute ?)

Are people more connective than political actions ? Towards an empirical approach for action participants
Mostafa Shehata (Roskilde University)

Citizenship, media and activism in Turkey during Gezi Park protests
Eylem Yanardagoglu (Kadir Has University)

Media audiences and media consumption during political transitions : The case of Egypt
Nael Jebril (Bournemouth University) and Matthew Loveless (Center for Research and Social Progress, European University Institute ?)

Social media and the re-affirmation of the role of journalism : A cursory discussion of the potential for widening the public sphere in a postcolonial society
Ylva Rodny-Gumede (University of Johannesburg)

Media literacy as a pathway to religious literacy in pluralistic democracies : Designing a critical media education pedagogy for primary school children in India
Kiran Vinod Bhatia and Manisha Pathak-Shelat (Mudra Institute of Communications (MICA))

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